Wednesday, October 9, 2013

INDIA - Auto companies demand release of Maruti workers

Hundreds of workers, mostly from the automobile companies in Gurgaon, held a demonstration outside Mini Secretariat here on Tuesday against the alleged anti-labour policies of the Haryana Government. They were demanding an immediate release of 148 Maruti workers arrested in connection with the violence at the company’s Manesar plant last year.
The day-long demonstration was held as part of the State-wide protest by the All-India Trade Union Congress on labour issues.
Addressing the workers, AITUC national secretary D.L. Sachdev said Napino Auto and Senior India Pvt. Ltd. were witnessing tension between workers and the management over wages and other demands and the State Government should intervene to break the deadlock.
Mr. Sachdev threatened to intensify the agitation if the government failed to find an amicable solution to the impending crisis. He also called upon the workers to reach Delhi in large numbers for the mass demonstration by the trade unions outside Parliament in the month of December. AITUC Haryana president Baldev Singh said the Haryana Government was not serious about the workers’ welfare. The AITUC leaders later submitted a 20-point memorandum of demands to Deputy Commissioner Shekhar Vidyarthi seeking minimum wages of Rs.15,000 per month, abolition of contract system, cancellation of transportation permits to private players on 3,519 routes, registration of unions within 45 days and housing facility for workers at cheap rates.

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